[73d] he recollects the thing of which he has the perception?”“What do you mean?”“Let me give an example. Knowledge of a man is different from knowledge of a lyre.”“Of course.”“Well, you know that a lover when he sees a lyre or a cloak or anything else which his beloved is wont to use, perceives the lyre and in his mind receives an image of the boy to whom the lyre belongs, do you not? But this is recollection, just as when one sees Simmias, one often remembers Cebes, and I could cite countless such examples.”“To be sure you could,” said Simmias.“Now,” said he,
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